On Thursday 15th September, Berry Smith LLP celebrated its 30th Anniversary with a gala dinner at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
The celebrations revolved around legal and musical themes with significant contributions from Clive Coleman, the BBC’s Legal Correspondent, the Drum Waiters, a highly innovative percussion group, and students from the college who provided a jazz background during the evening – a fitting programme for such an iconic location.
Alison Hoy, Berry Smith’s Chief Executive, welcomed the guests by referencing events of 30 years ago but also took the opportunity to look to the future. Berry Smith has represented nearly 20,000 clients, and handled billions of pounds worth of transactions on their behalf in that time, both nationally and internationally.
Always delivering a high quality and personal service, Berry Smith are well respected in the legal market. Supporting this, the independent legal directories out this week have cited Berry Smith as leaders in their field in 10 different categories, with a wide range of specialist teams, for both businesses and individuals.
Alison finished her welcome by looking forward to a prosperous future, continuing to provide that extraordinary service that Berry Smith’s clients have come to expect and being their trusted advisors of choice in the interesting and exciting times ahead for us all.
In addition to the celebrations, more than £2,000 was raised on the night for David’s Hospice, including a contribution by Berry Smith.